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Aug 29, 2009 6:00pm EDT
reality that network television has been giving us for some years, to the real reality, which i believe is totally false, ocourse. the fourth myth is actuallythe easiest one to refute, and that is that we have all become couch potatoes; that we watch so much television that we are flabby, physically if not inteectually the last myth, which is in some ways the sillies but the most interesting chapter for me to write because it was so difficult; that is, love tv. you hear that over and over again, that americans have a love affair with their television set. it's said by americans, it's said by the french, it's sd by the japanese. c-span: where do all these myths come from? >> guest: well, they're all around us. everywhere you turn,ou hear it. the analyses of e last electi campaign over and ove aifocus upon style, and we're now being told that james carville and his allies invented a whole new style of campgning; that is, going for alternative mea, going for late-night talk shows, as perot more or less christened "larry king live!" and made that an important style, overlooking the
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